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MIT OpenCourseWareMIT 9.14 Brain Structure and Its Origins, Spring 2009 (2009)

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Instructor: Prof. Gerald Schneider

Outline of mammalian functional neuroanatomy, aided by studies of comparative neuroanatomy and evolution, and of brain development. Topics include early steps to a central nervous system, basic patterns of brain and spinal cord connections, regional development and differentiation, regeneration, motor and sensory pathways and structures, systems underlying motivations, innate action patterns, formation of habits, and various cognitive functions. Lab techniques reviewed. Optional brain dissections.

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Date: 2009
Keywords: CNS structures; development; plasticity; anatomy; tissue culture; embryogenesis; PNS anatomy and development; process outgrowth; synaptogenesis; growth factors; cell survival; spinal and hindbrain anatomy; comparative anatomy; CNS evolution; trigeminal system; retinotectal system; development; plasticity; regeneration; neocortex anatomy; olfactory system; corpus striatum; brain transplants; limbic system

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Lecture 1: Introduction: brain orientation, primitive cellular activities 12.0 MB
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Lecture 2: Introduction: brain orientation, primitive cellular activities 12.0 MB
19.1 MB
Lecture 3: Steps to the CNS of chordates 11.5 MB
18.2 MB
Lecture 4: Steps to the CNS of chordates 10.3 MB
16.2 MB
Lecture 5: Specializations in CNS evolution 8.3 MB
12.9 MB
Lecture 6: Specializations in CNS evolution 11.0 MB
17.2 MB
Lecture 7: Spinal cord development and anatomy 11.5 MB
17.9 MB
Lecture 8: Spinal cord development and anatomy 11.4 MB
17.8 MB
Lecture 9: Autonomic nervous system. Differentiation of the brain vesicles: Intro. To hindbrain and segmentation 10.8 MB
17.0 MB
Lecture 10: Differentiation of the brain vesicles: Hindbrain and cranial nerves, specializations 11.8 MB
18.5 MB
Lecture 11: Differentiation of the brain vesicles: Developmental distortions; evolution of midbrain and forebrain; midbrain organization 11.3 MB
17.7 MB
Lecture 12: Differentiation of the brain vesicles: Vertebrate forebrain evolution and organization 10.7 MB
16.5 MB
Lecture 13: CNS differentiation: Axon growth 8.8 MB
13.6 MB
Lecture 14: CNS differentiation: Axon growth 10.4 MB
16.6 MB
Lecture 15: Motor systems 10.4 MB
16.5 MB
Lecture 16: Motor systems 11.6 MB
18.0 MB
Lecture 17: Motor systems 11.9 MB
18.8 MB
Lecture 18: Midterm review 11.6 MB
18.2 MB
Lecture 20: Gustatory and olfactory systems 11.6 MB
18.2 MB
Lecture 22: Visual systems 11.2 MB
17.7 MB
Lecture 23: Visual systems 10.8 MB
16.8 MB
Lecture 24: Auditory and related sensory 9.1 MB
14.0 MB
Lecture 25: Auditory and related sensory 7.7 MB
11.7 MB
Lecture 27: Hypothalamus and limbic system 1 11.1 MB
17.3 MB
Lecture 28: Hypothalamus and limbic system 1 10.9 MB
16.9 MB
Lecture 29: Hypothalamus and limbic system 1 10.0 MB
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Lecture 30: Hypothalamus and limbic system 2 10.5 MB
16.2 MB
Lecture 31: Hypothalamus and limbic system 2 9.9 MB
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Lecture 32: Hypothalamus and limbic system 2 10.9 MB
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Lecture 33: Corpus striatum 10.9 MB
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Lecture 34: Corpus striatum 11.1 MB
17.3 MB
Lecture 36: Neocortex 10.1 MB
15.8 MB
Lecture 38: Neocortex 11.1 MB
17.3 MB
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